Our top 10 posts to date for 2015
The iFactory blog is jam packed with up-to-date digital news, trends and tips. If you’ve ever wondered which posts our readers find most interesting, here are our top ten posts to date for 2015.
Know the role, know the process and know your strategy. These are iFactory’s top tips for a successful job interview at a digital agency. If you’re looking for even more advice, definitely check out our Top tips for success at a digital agency interview – Part 2.
Earning Google’s top ranking search spot requires quality content, a strong network of links and ongoing SEO, among many other things.
The launch of Magento’s Small Business Community Edition has revolutionised online storefronts. Find out how your small business can utilise Magento to achieve rapid development and expansion.
Ask yourself, where are my customers? If you do all your business in Australia, a .com.au domain is the way to go as country-specific domains always rank better in search. That said, choice is often determined by availability and cost.
Scrolling is now a natural instinct. We know and expect that scrolling will lead to more content, due in part to ubiquitous scroll-heavy social networks like Instagram and Facebook. And yet, the old fashioned view that all important information should be placed “above the fold” still pervades web development.
Out with the old and in with the new. We kicked off the year with a three-part series on what web design trends users are likely to see emerge in 2015. Interestingly, Part 2 has been our ninth most popular blog article to date.
The first hashtag was used on Twitter in 2007. Since then the use of hashtags has expanded to many other social networks. For businesses and brands, hashtags are a pretty awesome way of upping your social media engagement and reaching out to a wider audience.
With so much of our time online spent consuming visuals, it pays to know a few free photography resources. Here are our favs.
At the beginning of 2015, web design trends were moving towards minimalism and simplicity to ensure speed and better performance across a range of devices. Will this be proven true? Get the complete picture with Part 1 and Part 3.
Cloud storage is the way of the future, and as this trend develops both Google Drive and Dropbox are emerging as the two leading providers. But, which is better for your business?
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